Khtada Lake Conservancy was established as part of government’s land use decision for the North Coast planning area. The conservancy comprises the channel and watershed of Khtada River. The conservancy encloses Khtada Lake and ten high-energy tributaries that drain the mountainous terrain surrounding the lake.
Conservancy Size: 13,638 hectares
Date Established: June 27, 2008
The conservancy is located approximately 40 kilometres southeast of Prince Rupert.
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